Best Value Procurement is discussed widely in the public sector, but how is the Best Value Approach applied to large multinationals? ”You will hear it during the Best Value event forthcoming on April 19 at the Heineken Experience in Amsterdam.
The 2018 Annual Best Value Conference was an incredible success with attendees from all over the world including Norway, Nigeria, Poland, Saudi Arabia, the Netherlands, United Kingdom and 13 states in the United States. The global Best Value Approach (BVA)
How can Facility Management get influence in the C-suite? At IFMA World Workplace 2017, ISS World Services had the great chance to talk with Dr. Dean Kashiwagi – the emeritus professor of Arizona State University and director of Kashiwagi Solution
Founded in 1990 by Youness Baftechi, the Delaware Chapter of IFMA provides facility managers the opportunity to further their professional and personal development through education and networking in a welcoming environment. The chapter has approximately 100 members, including four elected
Hosted by the City of Roseville Professor Dean T Kashiwagi (Arizona State University), the creator of the Best Value Performance Information Procurement Systems (PIPS) will be giving a Best Value training on September 7th, 2017 which includes a Best Value
As the need to deliver high performing projects at a lowest cost with higher vendor profit increases, the Best Value Approach (BVA) is spreading throughout Europe. In the country of Poland, the non-profit organization, Best Value Procurement (BVP) Polska has
Each government prizes their procurement in equality, non-bias treatment, transparency, and competition. In Europe, their public procurement directives, as interpreted in the case-law, express three guiding principles: transparency, equal treatment, and proportionality. Abiding by these directives is extremely important for
The construction industry has had poor performance over the last decade. The following continue to be issues in the industry: Only 2.5% of construction projects globally have been defined as successful (scope, cost, and schedule). Only 30% of construction projects